Tag Archives: Neoliberalism

Mar 31 2017

We’ve triggered Article 50. Is this such a tragedy for Europe?

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By Mary Kaldor It is now possible that new governments in France and Germany will respond to civil society pressure and do what is needed to change the EU, without being blocked by Britain. This is a very sad day … Continue reading

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Jan 19 2017

Rerouting Globalisation: from economic to human development

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Βy Lucas Juan Manuel Alonso Alonso When the different stages of a production process are carried out in different countries, a form of global integration is being developed. The global integration of the production process is usually understood as economic … Continue reading

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Jun 16 2016

Capitalism Today: The Austrian Presidential Election and the State of the Right and the Left in Europe

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By Christian Fuchs Europe Today – Capitalism Today Europe is in a crisis. Capitalism’s contradictions resulted in a new world economic crisis that exploded in 2008. Governments have bailed out banks and have protected the rich and transnational corporations, while … Continue reading

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May 30 2016

Crony Capitalism and Neoliberal Paradigm (Part II)

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By Lucas Juan Manuel Alonso Alonso This is the second and final part of Crony Capitalism and Neoliberal Paradigm, the first part was posted earlier on this very blog. It is easy to see how almost all the European Union’s … Continue reading

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May 25 2016

Crony Capitalism and Neoliberal Paradigm (Part I)

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by Lucas Juan Manuel Alonso Alonso It is easy to see how almost all the European Union’s Member States, as well as other western advanced economies, are facing greater social inequalities, the spread of precarious/poorly-paid job conditions, greater tax burdens … Continue reading

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Oct 1 2014

Why Italy Will Not Make It

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By Roberto Orsi Three articles by prestigious commentators (Ambrose Evans-Pritchard and Roger Bootle for The Telegraph, Wolfgang Münchau for Financial Times) have recently appeared in the financial press about the economic situation of Italy and the (in)stability of its national … Continue reading

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Sep 17 2013

Gendering the Euro Crisis

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By Ania Plomien and Diane Perrons Five years ago the failure of the international financial sector – prompted by the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy in the USA in September 2008, followed by the RBS bail out in the UK and the … Continue reading

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Aug 15 2013

Professor Patomäki: ‘There are good reasons to expect that the neoliberal era is coming to an end’

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Continuing our interview series of public intellectuals across Europe on the causes and effects of the crisis, Euro Crisis in the Press talks to Heikki Patomäki, Professor of World Politics at University of Helsinki and author of a recent monograph … Continue reading

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